Madrid Cultural Projects
Also known as the MCP, the Madrid Cultural Projects manages and supports diverse projects including:
2023 Grant Awards to be announced after March 15
The Madrid Cultural Projects is currently reviewing proposals to award up to $8,500 in grant funding in 2023 for special projects benefiting the Madrid community. Grant awards will be announced after March 15, 2023.
This grant was inspired by and made possible through a generous contribution from Lou French and Chris Singleton, who have pledged $20,000 to the MCP through 2025.
Another grant cycle will begin in early 2024. MCP encourages anyone interested in launching a project that benefits the Madrid community to submit a grant application for next year.
Ellen Dietrich serves as the grant coordinator. Please direct any questions or technical issues to her at email@example.com.
The Madrid Cultural Projects
Support the mission
Click "Donate" below to access a secure form to make a one-time or reoccurring donation. Specify your money for a specific project or the general fund.
Donations can also be mailed to:
MCP Inc., PO Box 713, Cerrillos, NM 87010
2022 Board of Directors
President: Jessica Fagerhaugh
Vice-President: Jodie Dominguez
Secretary: Clinton Anderson
Treasurer: Ian Dunn
Need reimbursement for an MCP-related expense?Download our check request form.
2022 Project Champions
Ballpark: Dave Dominguez & Ellen Dietrich
Clean & Recycling: Gale Smith
Food Bank: Corey Mansfield & Jill Dunn
Community Garden: Leslie Bevis & Carl Hansen
Open Space: Dale Edwards
Resources: Jodie Dominguez
Youth: Dianne Petrocella & Jessica Travis
Do you know?
The Madrid Cultural Projects is on a mission to preserve and protect Madrid's historical structures and foster cultural projects, which support and promote community, provide for art, recreation and education, encourage youth projects and enhance the sustainability and economic viability of our historic town.
The Madrid Cultural Projects Inc. is a New Mexico 501c3 non-profit corporation governed by a volunteer board of directors and operated by a volunteer force of community movers and shakers and hands-on-deck. The MCP is financially supported by individual donors and organizational sponsors, fundraising events, as well as local and federal funding.
The MCP works in collaboration with area organizations. MCP Membership is free and open to anyone who loves and supports our rural community.